St. Croix, USVI – The technicians/mechanics of the Virgin Islands Police Department continued another segment of its Ford Fleet Training to properly maintain the department’s Ford Fleet.
The overview of the Ford Fleet Training included, but not limited to the following topics: FDRS (Ford Diagnostic Repair System), IDS (Integrated Diagnostic System), Ford Transit Connect, 6.7 Diesel and Gas Engine Performance.
Training included instructor lead lectures on the stated topics, how the systems operate and proper diagnostics strategies using the Ford IDS and FDRS scan tools and Factory workshop publications (Workshop manual, PC/ED-Powertrain Control/ Emissions Diagnosis
and wiring diagrams) located in OASSIS/PTS.
The goal of Ford Fleet training is to give the fleet technician/mechanic the skills, knowledge and competencies to diagnose and repair the Ford vehicle utilized in their fleet motor pool.
Courtney Woods, the Motor Pool Supervisor, thanks the Commissioner for signing off on the training and mentioned that once again, all the trainees passed the course. Mr. Woods said, “This is a step closer to getting to industry
standards. This will afford us the opportunity to maintain the department’s vehicles, instead of taking them elsewhere for repair.”
The Virgin Islands Police Department continues to support and provide its personnel with training to help in better serving the community.